Mark of the Ninja officially coming to Steam

Mark of the Ninja

By on September 24, 2012 at 6:38 pm

The formerly Xbox LIVE-exclusive Mark of the Ninja has been getting mad reviews left right and center, with words like “polished”, “slick”, “stupid amounts of fun” and “one of the most absorbing stealth experiences ever created”. And that’s from the demanding baron of stealth, Dan Hindes, of all people.

Now PC players will get to experience it as well, with the official announcement that it will be coming to Steam on October 16. Priced at $14.99, Mark of the Ninja will be a fully-featured PC port, with Lead Designer Nels Anderson quoted as saying “I’m primarily a PC person myself, and I’m not okay in any way with this feeling like a shoddy port.”

“It’s my intention that this is a full, proper version of the game in its own right.”

Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun

3 comments (Leave your own)

Gets positive marks right from the start for not using GFWL (as noted in the RPS article this is sourced from).

 

Baron? Well, now I need to get an eyepatch!

 
jerichosainte

Sweet!

 
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